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Is Kanye a bad guy?

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Dear Rabbi, I was wondering: How do you say “Jerusalem” in Hebrew and what does it mean? Thanks

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I believe the founding of Israel is the accomplishment of Ancient prophecy of Tanach. Jews have the right to have their own nation. But Israel is threatened by her neighbors. Most of the nations in this world claim that Israel is a rogue state, occupying Palestine illegally. As a Noahide I want to support Israel. What shall I do? What shall I do to help the existence of Israel?

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Asenath was Joseph's wife and the mother of their sons. Genesis 41:45 Asenath the daughter of Poti phera, the governor of On אָֽסְנַ֔ת בַּת־פּ֥וֹטִי פֶ֖רַע כֹּהֵ֥ן אֽוֹן Genesis 39:1 פּֽוֹטִיפַר֩ סְרִ֨יס פַּרְעֹ֜ה Potiphar, Pharaoh's chamberlain (1) Were Potiphera and Potiphar the same person? Some commentaries say yes, but it does not make sense to me. (2) Were Ephraim and Menashe twins? (3) Why is the traditional blessing for boys "May you be like Ephraim and Menashe." versus "May you be like Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob." Thanks.

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If a non-Jew dies while committing Kiddish Hashem, are they automatically granted the status of a convert to Judaism? For example those that died in the Holocaust because they had Jewish lineage but were not Halachically Jewish. Does their martyrdom elevate their status?

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I have always wondered where the necessary elements for the tabernacle came from during the wilderness period: the fine flour for the showbread, the fine oil for the lamps and the ingredients for the holy incense. If G-d need to provide manna and quail for His people to feed them, where did these other items for worship come from?

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BSD. I think there is a Midrash that teaches us that the 70 souls going into Mitzrayim did not include the wives of the sons of Yaakov Avinu. Does anyone know anything about this? Does the count include the wives? Can someone please tell me who are counted in the 70 souls? Thanks

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I just read what was sent to me as a Midrash Chanuka. It told the story about Matityahu's daughter Hanna who was getting ready to marry and at her wedding she undressed and scolded her brothers and others for them being more concerned about seeing her naked than worrying about her impending rape by the Greek governor that night, as was custom. Did this really happen? Thanks